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Nature Tuesday – Damselfly heart

Damselflies are absolutely amazing insects.  During my walks in the park, I have often see  these beautiful insects. They are like dragonflies, but smaller ones, having weak flight and typically resting with the wings folded back along the body. They are absolutely spectacular but at the same time, some ferocious aerial predators with strong teeth and with a 360 degree view due to the very large eyes. Interestingly, during their mating, their bodies take heart shape.  Sharing these photos with Nature Tuesday Challenge.

Photos taken in Chindia Park

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